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Old 02-25-2015, 09:46 PM
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moving to the Baltimore, MD area

Moving this summer, any tips on places to live in the area would be awesome, maybe a good Indy mechanic to get in touch with as well. Also, how often to people meet up in the area?
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Old 02-26-2015, 03:56 PM
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Not sure of the Baltimore area in particular. Benz Elite in Alexandria, VA just off the beltway is the place I take my car if I can't DIY. Good guys, former Mercedes mechs, they own Benzos themselves. Shop is always full of top end Euro cars. Eddie and Emile run the shop. Gretta runs the front office.
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I noticed there isn't much traffic on the Atlantic region section, how often do people set up meets and what not?
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www.mercedes-md.com for repairs

Where to live depends on many things. Budget, Age, Interests, etc...
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www.mercedes-md.com for repairs

Where to live depends on many things. Budget, Age, Interests, etc...
Max I want to spend on rent is around 1900 a month, I am 27, my wife is 24, and I have a 3yo and a 1yo. So I am definitely looking for a good neighborhood for my family. Thanks for the web link. They seem pretty legit.
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Old 03-07-2015, 12:50 AM
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Are you looking to live in the city or outside of it? If outside, then which direction?

As for indy shops, I've been to Benchmark Motors once. It's been highly recommended to me by several people. First experience was fine. Unfortunately have to go back so we'll see how it goes next week...
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I own a 2007 E-350 4-Matic and looking for an Indy mechanic for replacement of thermostat which I have already purchased from E-Bay.

Does anyone have any suggestion on an Indy mechanic in Baltimore Metro Area (Columbia, Ellicott City, Clarksville, Catonsville, etc.) ?
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Look at Pikesville Automotive on Reisterstown Road - They've worked on a few of my cars when I brought in parts and they've always been fair on pricing and the work was superb.
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Is this the correct address ?

PIKESVILLE AUTOMOTIVE (7021 REISTERSTOWN RD, Baltimore, MD 21215). (410) 764-0688
Contact: Ivic, TOMMY
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That's the guy and the place, although I believe that Tommy has left the shop by now. Even after he left the place still keeps the high standards and reasonable prices, especially when the "bring your own part" is considered.
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As far as places to live in MD...Im in Churchville/ Bel Air area. 20-30min NE of Baltimore.

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re: moving to the Baltimore, MD area

Originally Posted by lost_wave770 View Post
Moving this summer, any tips on places to live in the area would be awesome, maybe a good Indy mechanic to get in touch with as well. Also, how often to people meet up in the area?
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Did you manage to find INDY in Baltimore, Maryland area ?
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I am looking for one myself (preferably around Howard County).
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